Self-styled Argentinian steakhouse evokes West Texas chic..
An unfinished wood and stone interior, a tin-plated menu cover, and a dressed-down waitstaff bring to mind a West Texas chop and grill shop sans the grit. But if the immaculate interior doesn't tip you off that this steak place is more grand chic than ground chuck, the epicurean menu and elevated prices will leave no doubt that you're in a fine dining establishment.
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The ribeye steak was expertly cooked but a little too marblelized for even this notoriously gristly cut of beef. Flavorwise, the farfalle al salmone pasta, although beautifully presented, was one-sided: A fishy flavor overpowered all else. Your best bet--bookend your meal with the provoletta, a luscious, melted-provolone appetizer and a decadent tiramisu that takes savory sweetness to a new level.
NOTE: NOT ITALIAN!!. FYI: this restaurant USED to have pretty decent italian food, but now they've switched to mexican food (pressure of the riverwalk i guess). the menu was fairly limited & the food was just ok.
Excellent Cuisine, Impeccable Service. This is the worst restaurant I've been. My wife and I with my cousins dined at this establishment. I called in for reservation for non-smoking. Unfortunately, they did not write it down, had to prove that I called and showed them the log on my cell phone. In any case we were seated 30-mins later. 'ordered our dinner, 45-minutes after we have not gotten our food. Waitress apologized and informed us that it will be coming shortly as it is being plated. Fifteen-minutes passed, finally we got our order. We were expecting fresh, hot-off the grill since we waited a longtime. To our disgust/dissappointment, the food was cold and seemed like a leftover from somebody else's plate. My wife had a stomach-pains later after having the beef quesadillas. Overprice for such a mediocre food and bad-service. Stay at home and watch foodtv and learn to cook better than this guys.
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